Writing in the Voice of Me

by • March 25, 2014
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Guest post from Tilia Klebenov Jacobs  “My book is about, um, me.  Is that okay?” This is the question I get most often when I teach novel-writing classes.  And I say go for it, because every novelist is a memoirist and every memoirist is a novelist.  Even the… MORE →

Grammar Madness: The Battle to Determine the Most Maddening Writing Error

by • March 16, 2014
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Since the dawn of writing, grammarians have been irked by sloppy and erroneous written communication. But over the past few years, it’s gotten increasingly difficult to go even a single day without seeing several writing errors. From street signs to Facebook status updates, unfortunate writing mistakes are… MORE →

Edit this!

by • March 03, 2014
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Tomorrow, March 4, is National Grammar Day – one of the most anticipated “holidays” in the Grammarly team’s calendar! In celebration, we are planning to run a series of “Edit This” mini-contests on Facebook and Twitter. Here’s how the mini-contests will work: Grammarly will post images of three incorrect sentences… MORE →